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APLNG Operated Interests

Durham Ranch

Durham Ranch is a joint venture between APLNG, Santos, AGL Energy and Tri-Star. The field is located on the western edge of the Bowen Basin in Queensland and is effectively the southern extension of GLNG’s Fairview field, operated by Santos TOGA Pty Ltd.

First commercial production commenced in 2005 under APLNG’s operatorship. Development continues to be phased with approximately 288 development wells online. Exploration and appraisal activities are ongoing.

Gas produced from the Durham Ranch field is processed at two in-field compression facilities: Spring Gully and Taloona, which have a combined processing capacity of 130 TJ per day and two off tenement facilities; Strathblane and Eurombah Creek, which have combined processing capacity of 258 TJ per day. The field is well connected to the Wallumbilla Supply Hub by several pipelines including the 88-kilometre Spring Gully to Wallumbilla Pipeline operated by Jemena.

Spring Gully

Spring Gully is a joint venture between APLNG, Santos, AGL Energy and Tri-Star. The field is located on the western edge of the Bowen Basin in Queensland and is effectively the southern extension of GLNG’s Fairview field, operated by Santos TOGA Pty Ltd.

First commercial production commenced in 2005 under APLNG’s operatorship.  Development continues to be phased with approximately 121 development wells online. Exploration and appraisal activities are ongoing.

Gas produced from the Spring Gully field is processed at two in-field compression facilities; Strathblane, and Eurombah Creek, which have a combined processing capacity of 258 TJ per day and two off tenement facilities; Spring Gully and Taloona, which have a combined processing capacity of 130 TJ per day. The field is well connected to the Wallumbilla Supply Hub by several pipelines including the 88-kilometre Spring Gully to Wallumbilla Pipeline operated by Jemena.

Combabula

Combabula (also known as Reedy Creek) is a joint venture between APLNG and a wholly-owned Santos subsidiary located in the northern Surat Basin, 45 kilometres north east of Roma. Commercialisation of the Combabula resource continues to take place in phased developments with approximately 671 development wells currently in operation.

In-field facilities include two gas processing facilities: Combabula and Reedy Creek, with a combined capacity of 450 TJ per day.

Condabri

Located in the Undulla Nose area of the Surat Basin, the Condabri field is currently wholly owned by APLNG. Approximately 613 development wells are connected to three upstream gas processing facilities; Condabri North, Condabri Central and Condabri South with a combined processing capacity of 540 TJ per day.